By Hans J. Scholl, Salvatore Belardo (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ralph Berndt (eds.)
In kürzester Zeit hat sich das E-Business zu einem festen Marktbestandteil entwickelt. Es verändert die Unternehmenslandschaft im ganzen und hat zugleich Auswirkungen auf die verschiedenen betrieblichen Bereiche in Unternehmen. Führende Fachvertreter aus Europa und den united states liefern in diesem Buch Ansätze, die für das administration des E-Business herangezogen werden können. Analysiert werden u. a. die strategische Ausrichtung der New economic system, die Markenführung im web, die Veränderung klassischer Vertriebsstrukturen durch das net, Nutzen und Schwächen der E-Education, Auswirkungen des Online-Banking und Möglichkeiten des E-Consulting.
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With the fast growth of the user community and both relatively and absolutely higher bit and packet traffic volumes, both LANs and WAN backbones need a boost in bandwidth themselves. 23 The annual bandwidth growth requirements per user are estimated at factor eight (ChatterjeelPawslowski 1999). With so many new users on the Internet and the Web every year the overall requirements are even higher. All-optical networks have been proposed and demonstrated as feasible and relatively low-cost backbone alternatives where the connection is established via an all-optical path rather than an optical pulse.
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This problem was realized at about the same time the Internet was commercialized, and by 1996, a work group of the World Wide Web consortium (W3C) presented a proposal which was based on the principles of the so-called Standard General Markup Languages (SGML). Unlike SGMI, however, which is a feature-rich, but very general markup language, the proposed subset under the name of eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a "streamlined, digestible metalanguage", and as opposed to SGML one with which "browsers can cope" (Bosak/Bray 1999, p.
E-Business-Management by Hans J. Scholl, Salvatore Belardo (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ralph Berndt (eds.)